Admittedly, wheel sealants and wheel protector products aren’t glamorous or interesting. Nevertheless, they do go a long way to keeping your wheels cleaner for longer. In turn, clean wheels go a long way in maintaining the appearance of your car.
Wheel sealants and wheel protectors can generally be used on many, if not most kinds of wheels and work by creating a clear non-stick layer on wheels that help prevent brake dust and dirt from accumulating on them. They can be applied in different ways, namely as an aerosol spray or as a paste. Either way, it’s a simple addition to the car cleaning procedure that saves you time in the long run.
The best wheel sealants and wheel protectors
Gtechniq produces some cracking products, and its C5 Wheel Armour is one of these. You only need a
Best quick spray
An aerosol spray that can be applied once wheels are clean and dry. Shake and spray. While it does
Best wheel sealant paste
For use on aluminium, coated, chrome, and painted wheels. It takes longer to apply than a spray
Like the Armor All spray, the Simoniz wheel protectant is an aerosol spray. Value for money-wise,
Best for light coloured alloys
Autoglym's wheel protector is very hydrophobic and works hard to fight brake dust and regular muck